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In about twenty-five years, Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) will run out of space as an active cemetery to honor our Nation's veterans.
Tune in to FEDtalk this Friday for a fascinating look into the federal whistleblowing process. Joining host Debra Roth will be the founders of Whistleblower Aid, John Tye and Mark Zaid.
In case you missed it, be sure to listen to the Friday, December 14th episode of FEDtalk for a fascinating look into the federal whistleblowing process. The founders of Whistleblower Aid, John Tye and Mark Zaid, joined host Debra Roth for an informative discussion.
With open season just around the corner, tune in to FEDtalk this Friday to hear about some of your options as a federal employee when making benefits decisions and planning for your future.
Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) is at another crossroads in its history and needs your help.
On the May 18th FedTalk, host Ben Carnes was joined by Megan Vorland, Director of Programs at dCode, and Nicholas Holtz from the United States Digital Service’s Veterans Affairs team, which recently won an award for its innovative digital solutions.
Tune in this week to learn why long term care insurance is a crucial part of your retirement planning. And did you know FEEA’s Annual Public Service Charity Walk/Run is right around the corner? Get all the race details and sign up before it’s too late!
With the Trump Administration releasing the Presidents Management Agenda this week, we’ve assembled a panel of experts to discuss key components of the agenda this Friday.
Last week on FedTalk, host Ben Carnes was joined by Carten Cordell, Senior Technology Reporter at FedScoop, and Derek B. Johnson, senior reporter at FCW, to discuss ongoing efforts by federal agencies to experiment with and, increasingly, deploy emergent technologies such as blockchain and artificial intelligence.
On this week’s FEDtalk, host Ben Carnes will be joined by Senior Executives Association (SEA) President Bill Valdez and Federal Times’ Jessie Bur to discuss current challenges (as well as current opportunities) facing federal leaders.
Tune in to FEDtalk this week to hear from the National Parks Service (NPS) about all the activities going on around the country for National Park Week April 21-29, including Junior Ranger Day and Park Prescription Day.
Tune in to the June 1st FedTalk to hear updates from USA Facts, “a new data-driven portrait of the American population, our government’s finances, and government’s impact on society,” and the DATA Coalition, the force behind the DATA Act, which has now been in place for one year. We’ll hear how it’s going.
On June 1st, FedTalk hosted three organizations leading the effort to improve the federal government’s operations by improving the data on which it relies.
Whistleblowers and Inspectors General are a popular lot on Capitol Hill, since they identify issues large and small at agencies. As like any human being, sometimes the two make mistakes – and those mistakes can have huge implications for employees, agencies, and government policy.
Tune in this week to learn how “Operational Intelligence” platforms are changing the way leaders, managers and staff can understand and relate to organizational performance.
Tune in this week to learn about efforts to legally proctect law enforcement officers from ever-increasing assaults and attacks from the national president of Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA). Then, get the inside scoop on the annual Ride and Run to Remember from Craig Floyd at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF).
This show is re-airing Friday, August 21st.
Tune in to FEDtalk this week to discover the many offerings of the region’s national parks from the park representatives themselves. Summer is wrapping up, but there's still time for a day trip to Harpers Ferry, an afternoon in the sun at Anacostia Park, or attending one of Rock Creek Park’s numerous events.
Even with a shutdown in place, there is much to discuss about the workings of the federal government as the new year begins. Tune in this Friday, January 11 for the first FEDTalk of the New Year. A roundtable of guests will be providing the most up to date federal news while taking a look back on the successes, and failures, of 2018.
Missed last week’s show? Stream online anytime and learn about all the activities in store for the duration of National Park week.